Mason, Bonnie Lou
Bonnie Lou Mason was born in 1946, the daughter of Harold and Florence Mason of Delmar. Her siblings were:
- Sheila McChasney of Canisteo
- Gail Cook of Quaker Street
- Darlene Dowse of Delmar
- Terri Garrand of Amesbury, Mass.
- Melissa Mason of Delmar
Bonnie Mason was a graduate of Bethlehem Central High school and State University in Albany.
Bonnie Stevens taught mathematics in the fall at Guilderland Central Junior High school.
Marriage & Children
Bonnie Lou Mason married Robert Marshall Stevens on July 29, 1967. Their children were:
- Megan Stevens
- Travis Stevens
- Jason Stevens
Stevens - Mason
Miss Bonnie Lou Mason, Albany's 1965 Tulip Queen and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Mason, 58 Louise St., Delmar, became the bride of Robert Marshall Stevens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Stevens of Knox, last Saturday morning in Delmar Reformed church. Dr. LeRoy C. Brandt performed the ceremony. Miss Marie-Estelle Ferrante of Solvay was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Misses Darlene and Terri Mason, sisters Of the bride, and Marcia Stevens, sister of the bridegroom. Melissa Mason, sister of the bride, was flower girl, , Ronald Stevens was best man for his brother. Ushers were Bradford Stevens, brother of the bridegroom, and Roger Van Wormer, Knox. After a reception at Tall Timber Country Club, the couple left on a wedding trip to Bermuda. They will live at 2 Grandview Dr., Voorheesville. The bride is a graduate of Bethlehem Central High school and State University in Albany. She will begin teaching mathematics in the fall at Guilderland Central Junior High school. Her husband is a graduate of Berne-Knox Central school and attended State Agricultural and Technical Institute at Cobleskill. He is a member of the New York National Guard and is associated with his father in a fuel oil distribution company.
- Knickerbocker News - Saturday, August 5, 1967
Bonnie Lou Mason Stevens died Tuesday, Aug. 10, 1982
STEVENS — Tuesday, Aug. 10, Bonnie Mason Stevens of Knox, wife of Robert M. Stevens; mother of Jason D., Travis D. and Megan L. Stevens, all of Knox; daughter of Harold and Florence Mason of Delmar; sister of Sheila McChasney of Canisteo, Gail Cook of Quaker Street, Darlene Dowse of Delmar, Terri Garrand of Amesbury, Mass, and Melissa Mason of Delmar; also survived by many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Memorial services were held Thursday at 2 p:m. from Knox Reformed Church, Knox. Those who wish may make contributions to the Knox Reformed Church Memorial Fund, Knox, N.Y. 12107. Arrangements were by Fredendall Funeral Home, Altamont.
- Altamont Enterprise - Thursday, August 12, 1982